Taronga: Who's Who In The Zoo

Season 2

Season 2, Episode 12 - The Devil You Know

3.5 20 x
The Tasmanian Devil, is facing unprecedented challenges in the wild, as facial tumors decimate the wild population.

Season 2, Episode 9 - Red Panda Implant

3.0 11 x
Taronga Zoo's Red Panda exhibit is at capacity. Thanks to COVID-19 pandemic, staff are unable to create space, luckily for this family of 5, there is a way to keep them together

Season 2, Episode 7 - Nala's Pup

3.0 17 x
After almost a year and half long pregnancy, Nala, the Australian sea lion, has finally given birth. And Sydney prepares to receive a pair of Zebra.

Season 2, Episode 3 - Squirrel Monkey

3.0 16 x
Two male Squirrel Monkeys arrive at Taronga for a very important mission – to breed with as many of the females as possible.

Season 2, Episode 2 - Giraffe Migration

3.0 30 x
After five years of planning and construction, and at a cost of over 60 million dollars, Taronga Zoo's African Savannah Precinct is finally finished.

Season 2, Episode 1 - Naomi's Baby

4.0 36 x
Zoo staff embark on an ambitious, year-long undertaking, in an effort to help Naomi the chimpanzee, overcome a complicated medical condition.
44:00

Episode 10 (Mr Hobbs)

4.0 19 x
On this episode, vets have to perform emergency surgery on a Tree Goanna, after a member of the public brought it into the wildlife hospital with a particularly unusual injury.
44:00

Episode 9 (Fishing Cat)

4.0 11 x
In this episode, a mysterious virus threatens to wipe out an entire species of snapping turtles; An injured fiordland crested penguin arrives from Melbourne Zoo, but will it settle in and call Taronga home?
44:00

Episode 8 (Giraffe Move)

4.0 25 x
On this episode, keepers prepare to move their 3 giraffes to a brand-new enclosure. But the entire move is put on hold, as Taronga staff are shocked by the rapid decline of Nyota, one of the zoo's favourite giraffes.
44:00

Episode 7 (3 Chimps)

4.0 15 x
On this episode, vets and keepers work together as they attempt a procedure that is rarely done at Taronga, putting three chimpanzees on the hospital operating table on the same day; Taronga staff teach a badly injured owl how to fly again.
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